why the loan policy is wrong

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  1. 2010 tops dog

    2010 tops dog Well-Known Member

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    Last nights game at the bridge highlights why the loan policy is so wrong on so many levels.

    Granted there is a good chance somebody else would have been scored from the penalty spot but for a liverpool player to score against a rival to virtually hand liverpool the league is a wrong

    How can The fa think that letting teams loan out players does not have a conflict of interest is a joke.

    Don't get me wrong newcastle have used the system with the likes Of remy one of only a few reasons We have stayed up this season.

    For clubs likes us and Sunderland its a good option however look at the bigger picture with the rich clubs just loaning out players who could actually benefit for their employer by scoring vital goals against their rivals but are still not allowed to play against themselves.

    The loan system should be one of two options
    1) for a young player to go down to to a Lower league team for experience

    2) emergency loan signing for injuries etc

    Thoughts ??
     
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    Hung,Drawn and Quartered Well-Known Member

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    you forgot to mention the Liverpool ref, how can he be allowed to ref a rival title challenger
     
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    Alright, very understandable.

    But to say the loan system should be changed simply because one of our lads scored against our rivals is absolutely ridiculous. We haven't been handed anything by anybody. Yes, it was a soft penalty but I believe these bad decisions tend to even themselves out over the course of the season. Your mate who posted this is a chump, I will say no more.
     
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    2010 tops dog Well-Known Member

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    This is not a moan about liverpool
    Liverpool will win the league on merit
    However the loan system is flawed on every level.
    This is not about one game this happens every week.
    Man city could buy the top players just to loan out to play against rivals.
     
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  7. Cliff Edge

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    I think it's more of an issue if the top 4-5 teams also 'own' half of the other players in the Prem via loan deals, just because they can afford to buy every young talent going. You could argue that Chelsea and Man City do that kind of thing to an extent. However, very few are actually loaned back out to Prem clubs, which would be the only way they'd get a potential advantage. Most get loaned out to europe or lower league clubs, which is fine.

    Personally, I don't see it as an issue - at least not for now. Maybe one to keep an eye on if the rich clubs keep getting richer and taking over.
     
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  9. Hugh Briss

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    Don't really agree to be honest.

    The reason a player gets loaned out, is because he is highly unlikely to play for his parent club for the duration of the loan period.
    If I was loaning out a player, I would want him playing at the highest level possible so that when he returned, he was ready to step into the first team.
     
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  10. I am Groot returns

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    I would personally ban the loan system completely save in exceptional circumstances other than to lower leagues eg premier to Championship etc including abroad.

    Champions League clubs are using the cash to buy up everyone and anyone. They then loan them out to other clubs to get experience. If it works then they get back a complete player. If it doesn't work they sell them on.

    In the meantime they retain ownership. It stops cash from circulating among all clubs. They even buy players just to stop other clubs from buying them.

    Would Lukaku have gone to Chelsea if he knew he could only be loaned out to a club in a lower division (which I would allow for development purposes). No, he would have gone somewhere else say to West Brom or Everton on a permanent basis. They would then have got any sale fee when he got sold to a "better" team, not Chelsea. Same could be said about Courtois.

    Chelsea have 26 players on loan. Accepted some are kids but the list includes Lukaku, Moses, Romeu, Van Aanholt and Bertrand to name a few.

    Also link to recent article in Mail.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...players-loan-David-Moyes-backing-B-teams.html


    This number of players on loan can't in my view be good for the greater number of clubs in English football. I accept that quite a few would be allowed by my view but if it could go from one extreme to another I would cut out all loans save for exceptional circumstances.
     
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  11. Gordonthetoony

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    For me the loan system for PL clubs should be outlawed. With all the money they get from Sky & other places there is no need for a PL club to get players on loan. If you want a player, buy him or use your reserve/acadamies to bring younger talent through.

    When you see a club like Everton playing 3-4 loanees it's a joke. Let PL clubs loan to Championship or below but please stop PL loanees.
     
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    And also no mention that the linesman has a sister whose brother in law comes from Liverpool its all one big conspiracy :confused:
     
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  13. Warm Pouch

    Warm Pouch Better than JPF

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    I wouldn't allow loans in the same division. I still believe it should be allowed to allow young players to gain experience by loaning to other divisions. I don't believe it has had any bearing on the title race though.
     
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